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Tbone1616

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Hi all, I live in FLA, but spend much time in Northern Ohio summer/fall. Is there a way to take my receiver with me, attach a new dish on my summer place and receive my D*? Also, what will happen to my local channels?

Look forward to your responses
 
asousa

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you could do this, but you will not get the locals unless you "move" each time. The reason for this is becasue the locals are brought to you by a spot beam
 
Tbone1616

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thanks. so there is no way to ask d* for amunity and receive the LA & NY feeds?
 
Tbone1616

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ya, alrighty then! Can i tell them i am moving to a new location (but not really move) where there are no locals and just get the LA & NY networks? Is there such a place without local channels?
 
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good one...should i change my name to Billy Bob?
 
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Only if you feel like it. But remember you will lose upn and wb if you move to an address with no locals.
 
Tbone1616

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really? why is that?
 
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no matter where you live you won't get LA and NY......one or the other
 
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that's what I meant.....I could give a rats ass for SD
 
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